Greg Drumright may be best known in Wichita as a former pitcher for the Wichita State Shockers baseball team. Within Wichita’s legal and business communities, however, Greg is known as a skilled litigation attorney. He represents clients in corporate litigation matters, including contract disputes, construction law, products liability, agricultural law, and general commercial liability matters. He has litigated in state and federal courts throughout the country. Greg is a graduate of the International Association of Defense Counsel (IADC) Trial Academy at Stanford Law School.
Thanks to Greg’s son, who recently studied state capitals in elementary school, his family is now on a mission to visit all 50 capitals. Fifteen down, 35 to go.
Greg represents clients in litigation matters, including contract disputes, insurance defense, and commercial liability actions. His clients include small/large businesses, OEMs, insurers, aviation businesses, suppliers, component manufacturers, agricultural enterprises, contractors and other clients in a broad range of commercial disputes.
Greg represents developers, homeowners, contractors, subcontractors, engineers, architects, and suppliers in a wide range of construction matters. He handles claims of defective materials, defective construction, as well as contract claims arising from building construction projects. Greg also advises clients on construction-related contract disputes and issues.
Greg has an active practice in products liability. He represents manufacturers, component manufacturers, suppliers, distributors and service facilities in wrongful death, personal injury and property damage claims. He also represents other industries in liability litigation pertaining to their products, including building materials and equipment, construction equipment, and agricultural products. Greg has litigated product liability claims throughout the United States. Greg also co-authored a chapter on the Joint Defense Doctrine in the 2008 Compendium on Evidentiary Privileges for Corporate Counsel published by DRI (Defense Research Institute).
Greg’s agricultural law practice includes representing farming cooperatives in litigation matters stemming from the application and distribution of fertilizers, pesticides and herbicides, and their effect on crop yields. Greg also handles claims of defective products, such as cattle feed, herbicides, and other miscellaneous equipment.
Obtained a favorable summary judgment ruling on liability as co-counsel on behalf of a minority business owner in a breach of fiduciary duty case against the majority owners.
Best Lawyers in America, 2020, 2021, 2022, 2023
Wichita Business Journal 40 Under 40 Class, 2015